Wizz Air Abu Dhabi will operate from Abu Dhabi International Airport.
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ABU DHABI – The UAE’s newest low-cost airline Wizz Air Abu Dhabi will launch operations at Abu Dhabi International Airport later this year, according to Abu Dhabi Developmental Holding Company (ADDH) on Monday (March 2).
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi plans to start operations in the second half of the year, bringing low fares paired with a high-quality on-board experience to a range of destinations across Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Africa.
The airline will focus on establishing routes to markets in which Wizz Air has existing, high growth operations, namely Central and Eastern and Western Europe.
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi’s recruitment activities are set to commence in the coming months, which will create new job opportunities, boost the economy and attract more visitors to Abu Dhabi.
“Tourism is a high priority in Abu Dhabi’s growth strategy. Significant investment is going not only into our airports but also the tourist infrastructure, including hotels, resorts and cultural attractions,” said Mohamed Hassan Al Suwaidi, CEO of ADDH. ICA/Expat Media
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